Get familiar with the individuals on this list of notable Black people from Detroit who stay representing the D.
An initiative designed to empower developers of color to use real estate as a means for community impact is coming to Dallas.
Detroit’s first Black women-owned skating academy strives to make figure skating lessons accessible to youth living in low-income households.
The space where Detroit’s first Black-owned bookstore lived has received a preservation grant from the National Park Service.
A hip-hop concert that was planned for November 7th at Detroit’s Masonic Temple has been canceled by promoters due to the venue’s new vaccine mandate.
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